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Great effort could be Lions' springboard

October 26, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State football was not built on moral victories. more »»

 
 
 
O'Brien living his dream

October 20, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Nearly 10 years ago, when he was an assistant coach at New England under Bill Belichick, Bill O’Brien used to appreciate the respect his mentor showed for the game in general and the... more »»

Hack takes step back, and he’s getting no help

October 12, 2014 ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Christian Hackenberg didn’t come out to meet the media following the Nittany Lions’ loss to Michigan on Saturday night, and it’s tough to blame him. He’s suffered enough. more »»

Rudel: Penn State should fall back on fullback

October 5, 2014 That Penn State arrived at its first of two open dates with a 4-1 record is not surprising. more »»

Flaws catch up to Lions

September 28, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — In two of its first four games this season, against Central Florida and Rutgers, Penn State was trailing in the final two minutes only to be rescued by late-game heroics. more »»

Belton’s patience, versatility rewarded

September 21, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — Bill Belton was enduring his postgame media request Saturday evening until a question came up concerning what he liked best about the Nittany Lions’ 48-7 waltz over Massachusetts i... more »»

Hackenberg shows greatness

September 14, 2014 PISCATAWAY, N.J. — The great ones have short memories and thrive best in the clutch. more »»

Blitz becoming staple of PSU ‘D’

September 7, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State has long been known for its defense, but it hasn’t necessarily gotten its reputation by being overly aggressive. more »»

Rudel: City League hits homer with award

August 9, 2014 Some recent news items in sports worthy of comment while smelling the pigskin in the air: ITEM: City League honors Mirror scribe The Greater City Baseball League made a wonderful gesture earlier thi... more »»

Coaches, players working on mutual trust

August 5, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — It’s tough to imagine a more battled-scarred college football team in America than the one spread out by positions across the Beaver Stadium turf on a gorgeous Monday during Penn... more »»

Ingold winds up ‘great ride’ at Penn State Altoona

June 29, 2014 Fredina Ingold has spent the last few weeks with tears in her eyes. After working practically her entire career at Penn State, Ingold is retiring. more »»

Draft days may spread to local roots

June 5, 2014 Some recent news items in sports worthy of comment while savoring the paper even more now that you can read it early in the morning on the porch: ITEM: Draft days approach. more »»

Franklin touched by support

April 13, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — There may be no sporting event in which attendance is more closely tied to the weather than an annual spring football game, and when James Franklin awoke to a gorgeous blue and... more »»

Hard to imagine a better time of the year

March 20, 2014 Some random thoughts as, finally, we may be heading toward spring: n The best three days of the year are the first two days of the NCAA Tournament — today and Friday — and the NFL’s championship... more »»

Before fielding team, coach building trust

March 18, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — James Franklin isn’t as concerned with the end result as he is about the road between here and there. more »»

Before his about-face, Franco ought to call audible

February 2, 2014 I’ve been privileged to have followed John Franco’s coaching career and would consider him a friend. more »»

Rudel: Terry Smith eager to be back 'home'

January 25, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — After a couple of meetings and a few phone calls, Terry Smith endured “a long weekend that seemed like it took forever,” before Penn State football coach James Franklin officially... more »»

Rudel: Mirror flies to aid of PSU search

January 7, 2014 “Neil? Dave Joyner.” Me: “No way: This is a put-on. This isn’t Dave Joyner. You’re supposed to be in the middle of the search.” “We are,” he says, “but we got in a jam with our travel budget. more »»

Glorioso dominating foes

January 7, 2014 Name: Collin Glorioso School: Huntingdon Age: 16 Grade: Sophomore Sport: Wrestling Athlete of the week achievement: Glorioso went undefeated at 5-0 with five falls in the 113-pound class as... more »»

Lee puts up big numbers

January 7, 2014 Name: Darby Lee School: Altoona Age: 17 Grade: Senior Sport: Basketball Athlete of the week achievement: Lee scored 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in Altoona’s 67-58 victory at Central Dauphi... more »»

Flash women topple CCSU in overtime thriller

January 7, 2014 NEW BRITAIN — The S. more »»

 
 
 

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